AWS today announced that its DeepComposer keyboard is now available for purchase. And no, DeepComposer isn’t a mechanical keyboard for intruders but a small MIDI keyboard for working with the AWS DeepComposer service that uses AI to create ballads based on your input.
DeepComposer, which too works without the actual hardware keyboard, is more of a learning tool, though, and belongs to the same family of AWS hardware like DeepLens and DeepRacer. It’s meant to learn developers about generative adversarial systems, just like DeepLens and DeepRacer likewise are concentrated on specific machine learning technologies.
Users play a short melody, either exercising the hardware keyboard or an on-screen one, and the services offered then automatically generates a endorse track based on your option of musical style.
The decisions I listen at re: Invent last year were a bit uneven( or worse ), but that may have improved by now. But this isn’t a tool for creating the next Top 40 song. It’s simply a read implement. I’m not sure you need the keyboard to get that learning experience out of it, but if you do, you can now head over to Amazon and buy it.
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